Did you mean "slow medicine"?
ACP Fellow who practices at the Center for Sports Medicine in San Francisco and Walnut Creek, Calif. ... When internists choose sports medicine, it's usually because they're jocks, she said.
This post originally appeared at Everything Health. Toni Brayer, MD, FACP, is an ACP Internist editorial board member who blogs at EverythingHealth, designed to address the rapid changes in science, medicine,
Results appeared online April 29 in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
of the American College of Sports Medicine.
Her pediatrician suggested waiting it out, but after a month with no improvement, I sought a second opinion from a sports medicine specialist, who ordered an MRI, but ended up referring ... We in academe must teach our students about the thought process
He is a board certified specialist in both Internal Medicine, and Preventive Medicine/Public Health, and Associate Professor (adjunct) in Public Health Practice at the Yale University School of Medicine. ... president of the non-profit Turn the Tide
FACP, a sports medicine physician with the Bass Medical Group in Walnut Creek, Calif., who provides comprehensive concussion management. ... of primary care/sports medicine and women's sports medicine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
No better setting than to explore a recent perfect storm of media coverage over sports drinks. ... I'll list & link them here:. --BMJ article "The Truth about Sports Drinks".
Sallis, MD, co-director of the sports medicine fellowship training program at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fontana, Calif.“ There is a lot of evidence out there that physicians who themselves ... Dr. Sallis chairs the Exercise is Medicine program